Aus Gov Allocates $231m To Domestic Tourism

An additional $51m has been allocated in the budget for a Regional Tourism Recovery initiative to assist tourism regions “highly reliant on international travelers” to pivot and adapt their products, experiences, and marketing strategies to the domestic market.

The government said its budget will “get more Australians into jobs” as part of its Economic Recovery Plan.

“New Budget measures will further support the sector and jobs by stimulating domestic visitation to our tourism regions”

“As we shift to the next phase of our tourism recovery plan, new Budget measures will further support the sector and jobs by stimulating domestic visitation to our tourism regions and encouraging domestic business travel,” Trade, Tourism, and Investment minister, Simon Birmingham said.

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